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by - written on 26/05/09 (Useful, 5 readings)
This is an odd album to review, as it was originally released as two different albums, which is how I have them, but it was released as one when all the albums were remastered in 1998. The first disc focuses on earlier tracks, all of them being from the first 5 albums, whilst the second disc is only tracks from the (at the time) 4 most recent albums. I've only given it 2 stars because the first disc does drag things down, and its nowhere near the standard of other live albums. So as I said this album isnt anywhere near as good as Live Ater Death, or indeed any other live Maiden album. Out of all the live Maiden I've got, and including bootlegs we're well into ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/07 (Very useful, 97 readings)
The 1998 remastering and recanonising of Iron Maidenís works collected together 1993ís ĎA Real Live Oneí and its not-very-long-awaited successor ĎA Real Dead Oneí into this sensible single volume, with a fairly ridiculous title. The two separate entities compliment each other excellently, as a deliberate decision was clearly made to memorialise the bandís extensive (even at this point) history, while at the same time acting as an unofficial farewell tour for singer Bruce Dickinson, who had announced his plan to depart the band before the albums were released. Bruceís performance in Iron Maiden deteriorated infamously between their glory years and the ... Read the complete review
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